• News for E- Communication - Toolkit Program

    Wednesday, May 27, 2020
    The Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Process   JSAs are designed to enhance workers’ awareness of and adherence to safety controls. The goal is zero incidents. Obtaining that goal greatly helps the worker and the organization.   JSAs outline, for each position, the various hazards of the job and the needed controls and behaviors that will keep incidents from occurring. Use JSAs to teach workers about ...read more
    Categories: E-Communication - Newsletter, General News Article, E- Communication - Toolkit Program, Education, Safety and Training
    Tuesday, May 19, 2020
    The essential rules of First Aid:Rule 1: Call 911 if needed. Time is important. If it is determined that emergency medical services are needed, call immediately.Rule 2: You must be properly trained and certified in first aid and CPR in order to assist an injured person. You may do more harm than good if you are not properly trained.Rule 3: Do not move an injured person: Do not try to move ...read more
    Categories: Community, E-Communication - Newsletter, General News Article, Papers/Research, E- Communication - Toolkit Program, Education, Safety and Training, Human Interest
    Thursday, May 14, 2020
    Objective: To promote awareness of the basic principles of defensive driving  The best way for a driver to assure their safety and the safety of their passengers and cargo is to practice defensive driving tactics at all times.Three Elements of Safe Driving These three elements serve as the foundation for defensive driving practices: Driver readinessVehicle conditionProper attitudeClick here to ...read more
    Categories: Cornerstone Partner News, E-Communication - Newsletter, General News Article, Papers/Research, E- Communication - Toolkit Program, Education, Safety and Training, Human Interest
    Wednesday, May 06, 2020
    Objective: To promote awareness about natural gas detection and appropriate response. Natural gas by itself is a colorless and odorless gas that is highly flammable. Gas companies add an odorant so that a leak can be easily detected. The odorant, known as methyl mercaptan, smells strongly of sulfur or rotten eggs.Click here to download the complete training short in EnglishClick here to download ...read more
    Categories: E- Communication - Toolkit Program, Education, Safety and Training, Papers/Research, Cornerstone Partner News, E-Communication - Newsletter, General News Article
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